7.) Do I Have Fire In My Eyes?

It seems that this is one of the 3 posts that WordPress has arbitrarily suggested when I “like” something. The scene below may be difficult to understand for those who do not have an interest in the history of philosophy & religion. I invite you to also check out The 1940s in the 2040s



15 thoughts on “7.) Do I Have Fire In My Eyes?”

  1. A bit bizarre, but I liked it! …makes you think….

  2. Brilliant… but could i be as bold to make a suggestion. The layout is a shocker. Too much time spent scrolling which screws up with the flow. It’s an excellent read but its hard on the eye.

    • So, you don’t think anything will be lost with the limited font options from a standard post? Or that the benefits would offset the feel?

      • Not sure what the options are. I’m pretty new to this WP thing and just tiptoe my way through layout. Truth is, i liked what you did with the unique font/script/colour (that worked), but the grand size made it difficult to read as only a few lines were available at any given time.

  3. Most of this is simply over my head. But the exchange is quite amusing anyway.

  4. Well, I’m glad you find it amusing. Trying to blend high brow and low brow … sometimes meaning can be hard to distinguish.

  5. Probably has more to do with the fact that my perceptions of “reality” lean considerably to the “low brow”.

    • I doubt that.

      Besides, this is set in surreality.

      Also, I don’t want it to be explicitly educational, so I allow the characters to talk to each other like no one is listening — in spite of the esoteric given circumstances.

  6. Sir! You doubt the veracity of my statement?

    Pistols at sunrise I say!

    It’s all good. Despite its esoteric nature, I enjoyed the exchange between the avenger and nothing. At least that’s what I came up with while digging around for Tipota.

  7. If you are looking for Tipota, you’re probably going to come up empty handed 🙂

  8. Please! Someone sound the clever pun alarm! 😉

  9. You should turn this into a play. I mean your whole blog. It would be the weirdest play ever made, but it would have a certain cohesion to it.

    • Thank you very much for suggesting that.

      If you don’t mind my asking — how did you come to this particular page “7.) Do I Have Fire In My Eyes?” … I keep getting more traffic on this than other scenes, and I’m trying to figure out why.

      • I have actually read most (or all) of your posts, so I’m probably not the best person to ask. In this case, though, I found someone had reached my page through here, so I clicked on it to see where (couldn’t find it) and I just read the whole thing instead…

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